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wanted: tnplants1 - linking your site

Posted by christie_sw_mo Z6 (My Page) on
Sat, May 5, 12 at 9:16

Just wanted to let you know, Gardenweb will ban you for linking to your site. I believe you can advertise just on the Natives Forum page if you'd like to. I don't know how expensive it is. Please check into it and feel welcome to join in the discussions on any forum. (If you haven't already been banned). There's also a Tennessee Gardening forum. You may want to place an ad there as well.

Here is a link that might be useful: Advertising on Gardenweb


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RE: wanted: tnplants1 - linking your site

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